Diving Into “The Deep End” at Honeycut

The bar Honeycut has been praised for its clever drinks, light-up dance floor and themed music nights with a rotation of solid DJs. But while the back-alley entrance line off Flower and Eighth streets grows long on weekend nights, it’s mellower during the week.So operators Proprietors LLC and 213 Nightlife have debuted a Sunday-Wednesday drink program dubbed The Deep End, which touts a spacey ’80s/tiki/acid rock aesthetic (we’re stretching here) and one of Downtown’s most intriguing cocktail lineups.

It ranges from variations on classic drinks, as with the Steepest Ascent (apricot-and-almond-infused bourbon, lemon juice, oat honey), to more experimental creations like a fluffy Piña Colada made via a whipped cream dispenser or the Cave of Wonders, featuring clarified lime juice, Campari and various rums.

The Deep End runs 8 p.m.-2 a.m. on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Source: Downtown News